Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01308
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: November 26, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01308
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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ato oue thousa pthi
ft of football w it the
Shard.fought gt -btween
nrsity of Florida elev bad
b University teno. te* .

The first minute of
Called in the eth
Sht every a1n1h .
*gd on by theO wtew
i from the side a eH e&
colors were Il t e
kg, and the SteAo& e
with ribhbac peSaatas
of greSIA W04% ,,
e was not alcof with say
Hi or sensational pib s both
were evenly matile, and it
ltbornly-fought, hfU gamo-

b. managed to nas e t'luchO
Sthe frat half, and wo yeM
penalized, o1=1g a- toe- h
bad fumble of a *Ied ball
minutes before 4 'e was
the last half aay tetson
enough grel to be
Close to the.v ute. In
id the stwroy r- and
forged aerg4 i= e for
It score, timing the gaoe.
.,however.to aOgLe d and



with both teams In the center of the
field fighting for all they were worth.
It was truly one of the prettiest
games ever played on the local grid.
Iron, and Gainesville turned out well
to encourage the sturdy University
boys. Stetson had a large crowd of
enthusiastic supporters and they were
la evidence throughout the game with
deafening Stetson yells. *
The visitors bad a very good team,
being quick, good runners, and In the
game every minute.
In speaking of the gamb before the
train left Clyde Pounds, one of the
best players on the Stetson team, said
that Florida worked the forward pass
to perfection and it was the best he
ever saw. This is evidence of Mr.
Pile's good management of the team.
and, like last year, he has made the
U. of F. eleven one to be feared by
the other colleges of the State.
Owing to lack of time we are not
able to give a full detail of the game
this morning.
The two hundred or more loyal and
enthusiastic supporters of Stetson
left on the special train last night at
7 o'clock, feeling that they had a good
time In Gainesville. and had nothing
but praise for the University City and

al fts people.

intertained Preuldoe- -tate
^irtion Woman's Cklu
T. M. Shackleford, p~dlt
- Federation Womat's Clubs,
Shonored guest of the Twen-
FPiry Club Monday afternoon.
faudsouie home of Mir. and
A. Colclough was tbh moees
If tb. mnauy delightful business
pweetings of the club.
tInuve board would 1emognise
eclatito thee generous ald
ccurtei,., from the etub's

iof officers and chabrmn of
were suspended fee this
Sml) the reading of tiates
ptrehave of 10.000 ChrigaMas
lid of th. State agst ialastb
the readbgof tWO
ko a*nd the reNeptIss of
kr aend Mrs. Thaekea,
of the club, a plastic g
o the buiine "ss saima Th
is" of an edaestiohalJ
p I*ir help and IS-L

"With the Se* Il

and seulpurg 55
leprs of *
weri read
the program fr j
If drorloni. a
,a ritally tan tdel to
*4 Misss Vial g thel

beautiful music, which added a charm
and pleasure.
The event of the afternoon was the
inspiring address of Mrs. Shackleford.
The president presented Mrs. Shackle-
ford, expressing the pleasure and bon-
or her presence lent to the Twentieth
Century Club and the value of her
services in ,the general uplift of the
plans and purposes of the State Fed-
eration, to which Mrs. A. L. Foster re-
sponded in well-chosen words of wel-
come In behalf of the club.
Mrs. 8backleford, very graciously
soospted these addresses of welcome
for herself and the State Federation.
giving a short talk explanatory of the%
maining of '"The Federation of Woe
ma's Clubs.A She emphasized the
gEet remlts of their efforts in the
abuse of humanity, the training of
lid'ren in the kindergarten, the al
most matchless Influence and aid of
O00.000 club women engaged with the
Sates In the fight against tubercu.

ollowlaing Mrs. Shackleford's much
appreciated address, the social fume
tiUeswa beautifully carried out. The
Isew passe a too quickly. The time
bad come when the ladese mut bid
rieO to our lovely guest and charm
Shbestee to meet Monday. Decem
rw I1th. Mrs.3. Cannon bCetus.

ye me yod wau yno am lookIN
Or @ewhla wmu aL. Is The s a
The ism job soe os the prio t
he royw ealUa efnr& Mam eLd.

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The Miami Baptist Association STIT TE I IN SESS
holding its anual meeting n the U s I
First Baptist church of that city. ,,

The chief of police has announced
that bolita and other gambling amma.
illicit sale of liquors. open asaloons on
Sunday and other practices are to
bW r!orpod at Key West.

A large party of homeseekers have
recently arrived in B rtow from Tean'
nessee. These parties have rented
houses and it is understood will en-
gage in the trucking busaiders. '

The sale of real estate In Banford
during the past week showed a oon-
siderable gain over the preceding oae.
A large number of celery lands have
changed hands at attrotiUve prices.

The frat of the colonists who will
purchase and settle the land owned
by the Florida Assoetatio. and loW
cated eight miles north of St. Peters
burg, arrived In that city last Sun-

The Associate Reform Presbyteo
rlan Synod convened In BaAtow last
week, and there were two hbudrod
delegates in attendance at the meet-
Ing from all over the Southern States.
The visitors were greatly pleased with

Demsey Lee Cox, a member of the
WilghUeth Company, Coast Artillary,
was found dead one day last week
,4A li. rou at the Cripe.vIeeass toIs
Key West. He had taken poies and
a note was found asking that his
company be notlfled of his death.

The whiskey distillery which Is be,
ing put up at Perry by Captain W.
H. Hartnett. of Merrlwell county.
Georgia. is now about ready for opera-
tion, only waiting the Goverameut
officers, who will examine every fea.
ture of the plant and determine the

The People's Dank. now searlag
completion of their new brick beek
at Sanford. have decided to Eil Ia the
niche of thirty or more square feet
In rear of their bank. squaring up the
back line with the new large b4dldilg.
Resldes being an advantage. this will
be a great Improvement.

On Saturday Andrew Hlanley, trav-
eling representative of the H. W.
Johns Company, dealers in asbestos
parking in Tampa, attempted toecoM
irk aieide at 1hi room In the Hills.
boro HNote by taking stry.hnlne. HIf
attempt was frustrated by the pree
ene is t hotel of Dr. J -. Helmsa,
who admnistered antidotes whjch t1
Ileed the mae. and is three or feur
boers after the occurrence he was
heerfully talking with srquaintsan


school teacher. Mr. A .iraaly, he
sot yet reurned, so we suppene be
Is sUll a"ble to teaeb.
Ieu irare of rDeaelloa vismedM
with bes wife. who is boarding wMb
Ms. Hal. over Daedy
Mrs. Joe. Adams visited Mrs J. H.
Patters"o and wanly of Naort Olies
ilfe from Satwday asul Moday.
Msea L m hcase howm en Two
dar of this we. ok.Wa ,tlIs d m
set agree with aSe)a sm
I. Lae&a* aWd baskterT. .sat
visIed Omalserm en IsA PnruM ,
Rev T. L & aer was r a sar 4
ages eUm e nt T h dry.
ms.a ms m aDd- -d* .

Uh5~D WAN"i m d he

Interesting Addresss by Dr. eorpree = nd Frti,

Th&ckstoa last Night-Today's Progrm.

The first meeting of the Alaobus
County Teachers' Institute was called
to order in'the auditorium of the
Gainesville Graded and High School at
8 o'clock Thursday aight, with an in-
vocation by Rev. Those. P. Hay. pas
tor of the First Presbyterian church,
which was followed by a Inatereektag
address by Dr. John A. ThaxtoM of
the University.
There was a musical number. which
was followed by one of the most t1
tereting addresses alos edueatiodal
lines ever heard In this olty. or any*
where In the State. This address was
delivered by Dr. A. A. Marphro. prela*
dent of the University, and those pres-
eat were deeply Impresed with his

Today's Program.
The following program is
mouaced for today:.
Friday, November M 9 a. m.
invocation-Rev. J. J. Clear.
Roll call.
Address by Superlntendent J.
Election of olioers.



"Co-operation of Parent and Teach.
er"--B. H. Collier and Mrs. Anna D.
"TseiOtg Algrmtauto i (


A Very Lttle Phileephy, I ean
Awful Let of Truth.
"Bhow us the man with soul so
dead that he does not feel the least
bit of thrill whee the circus seaes
to town. and we will show you a con.
drined cynic.
'The circus is your true,teat as to
whether your neighbur Is 'human'
ur 4*t. One who has become thor.
roughly disillusloned Is not only a
heavy weight upom himself. bt
*earies his acqualnascee as well,
and It It a fate* sympathy whisk re
tets his saileli. If a aa claims
that the cdres bores him, i Its be
cause all the frhbness I gone froms
his nature; and by the same taken
he Is a bore hblmslf. aep yeo be-
come against as Ittle child you shall
not enjoy the e nm; and If you have
the power to do that you are ton sua
a spiritual conditikm that youe nbd
not worry abot the hereaftlr. Of
course, we don't meaa to aAM, the
4at-ftod stateest that all who ,eI
to the dreua will of aecomity go to
heave, O that all who am adlald
to the latter pledea mst lave bes
elesgoews. wfr ea sm easa C
wnr are wanted It the paIer o i6 '
ONe *impnloel to ether t1b1g1, adI
asy aot be a to evesa rr i
the tat of Paradia
-Not the maMi prepoatie hold
tre. K ts a had s aMi a haWd
& blgor. sd aov eo. all a d pa,
rn whoo Ca fsoe his ew JPeoe
deli to w at isw h martin
aom of thgo "W lb"a en bet.
t(eb dewes is the Oreatest w e

Howes OGra LmId 1 "bes dw
serve thisei apr hooevr., ery
deper4"tae hms ampiaaly up to ao

The show dels here is Muedr,
Nvebeu2r 111h

Pot DmiNWW 60-11

ohm file C. W. part 9 md Cow
pm. ww maeso" b am" mm
hb"ean no go&TW a-.

lie Schools-Why? Where? and Now
Much?"-D. I Guy and W. H. Omne

"Social Obligatons of the Tacher"
-Mis Eva Poole and M. M. BryaFt
"Care of SOhool Room am Ommr
-Mrs. Charlotte M. SIA
pm"dy, Naveme P it p M.
"Now I Dalm WU %the ll *Mr-
Min Pattle I Lao sad M. 0 Meoa-

1The lportamea of RpguhT Alte.
anm and How to Be SeswNd"-A. D,
Kena and RI. Stmmso.
"Ueboat Athletee or the UmaetoM*
Value of Pay"-T. J. Pepgrf aid
Maie R Williams.
"The Value et literary Soettee"-
Misse Valtlle Oreo ad Ma MeNor
Reception at resldesee O Dr. a-I
Mrs. J. Lo. Kei ey rbe :0 to T :
p. 0.
1:W p. wm.-Afat s by Dr. Hinm
Byrd. of the lMate Dard of HUaMa.
A large muW or at t' tunehMer tof
Alasbua county age i s stedames

The people of St. Augustie made
great preparations to welome the
auatost wo AriMveS therW la the 0 *.
d" f"e runlw. i

Diamend hIe Ce. Lseee Ot I.o S
*m1lght by Wm. 9. Lukeua
There was an interesting trial is
the court of Justice J. A. Car tl
Wednesday moralan, whereas Wi. IL
Laukens was the aomplailaat and the
[Namnmd lee Company the defend.
ant. The ease was termed as astmap.
sit. the plaintiff suing the defeodnal
for 146 for a certain amount of ohi.
gte which smid plaitiff claimed had
moevr bee paMd for.
Thae a weaet to iael y jury, a"d
was argued bMth aMes. Attorn
Theb. W. ltMag appeartg r the
platilff, Apoe" W. A. Bres hr
the defese.
After batan te eiemmas is
ease the ane was 9e0atmtld to the
lary. ad a verdiet retared la twer
of the pislatif tn tohe am oof u.
with eight per cea lat m srt frem o
ember 9 IMee,
The Nery was e ampme t,. ,
COtty .ar. ; W,. T Oa., L 0.
MMadha. J. Ddley Wilmlam J.
Adamen ad P. O. Partner.

cetmeLetW fr uiBmiuegB Ne1
Seed SeMe Lss I mevie

Thee~ed,.Peptomeof Ulemis
"Mw mscaf *be. bp Sib vwon m".
slms eawed" a eubrowdistr

have besmaking t Ime ever
ldeet wkt bs ofsto"tum .wmm
$Ulm" 04 .4 a
v lesnow iw hmit
usAd ftr uk" Nlsmonkeebto one"
W"t $he Wassbassa8494 S he es.
usreetd. "ime IL 93.besm e6",
baswar*ed hefepisomw or sewa
stvanwtg the us. beng,4400"h
#d a *apoth oiant ,Wao"U
wifkthew iNowuibeow hfeW
there vii h a m wOf N 6wto W0
owe a ot o he Pwat d. so

Noeps athet odrawe wm

go Isodde to wo mpSb

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One TLMUad People Witnessed Game.

Each Tei Scored Touch-Down.
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WttM QUARTERLY *^019t .l ti :t WiIIRE DONE GOI

2, b7r1anueb *pW the-es..
Av w .a v.-or.. "-a ii! s

Icr. w.3. of. -, .... ..,,6o,5,, lb",. 4 SAME for TO
rdo Wore Elected for Ensuing the theater AM.Tut SAME for Y0
Tor.,. and D. a. arts-ield84 t0 istha Th e 6"6 0"d. only tand ard :
S. school, prSuggets the ea th* h Perfecto i.ty R
S_...* Indispensable I h Inr'.114 =41.,1t1t!t .arl t Don'tn Worr -.
STh. o.,rtb Quarterly Cotferene of ft
the Pirst &f. L (hards for the our* *at. d areaF *3 8*t; Everlamtin.s"
t*3 m t i C ch of. l'laftw o k all right, look all rig
wtnhy..,,v'."ltt Turkey Rosters and & s '2-ao m
wsd, 8*t aioing *Refv. T. J. Nxlz* nW"W. nor tierTw", N*a- +
prldtl as ,h6ero hs the Cear. erd& o toCbl 0,"p10A
a sa er ,... S 2 4E. Liberty
ow 00 *0 the se h of sto9 11- bWoombg e* s5
a. .A0W k """- tu AS& hi bro* d 6.vY ct m e t rocries
O Nwafw riht.a fitWor. 0" "bo noa J. b Ot e
._f _. '. D11 P1. .ft et ev a left
J. B a. DwbJ. 1-* ... *..s rs u ... plants 08 a

.kMtVI. ;e hMV iW t- i,1.l om ma 4 i 4 LLE FLORIDA.
+4 fw A,. w +. oU mm .n h lw . To_ ld n Produce.

TheyA H afte radhEa Rasail

. otetas ste a om o ol and e e
~A t'bdetd H. Ii, Petter, Nt if A ie atpa
.tK3U ... 3 sUW ia Wte o? a. dsapsee w p Mr ee . .... ..

to eal orlfrou thineswoente at Mt werine as one bpa to pei wdn IPited to arbitrate 5 upo the sttr ln Lav e Cite, VaIdoetf, and all poFints l north n o 00
'w.drw ModbeW. to t0:

Fun'elook Turedayr moratmly, Rod. ;. The eCneaon nd ethe eelebratton oet d be t
R. Brfuner of Mae Pirst Methodist 1. I0 abillin0.-New York Trdue. terisicaly eoottvshce or. of one of the LttW lg ITIVo (8V O..... ............ ,94:25 ]
btch condule the ceremony. ........--Vpol lim a 1 k him 0 o deaie tbea.
of J hunel w.4 61ttndd byo a CelSlee I S ntimbnd quenl to. arti ., s e duke put ofit he

elrge ,era h eld fro m ,, h men ao s. ee.m e t t he mo alas.it ed to arb'trat upo ter amutre A. L. 8 Cit, Vao. lpt, a l. E. p arker, N arth M: '
o h uda mor i o Re o the we a al prmp the S o ll. let on fot psllmuarr quedtion. "toWill yau abcie

1.st tribute of hIgh eteem for the m at lwo gu.-Nvw I t trdnillb-yai" my lwnlrde"
Oonsd. te t r me 1ar 1 iens "10 t i "Well,. y wor je." wa n ts e reply of II
v ftiesle In ttmend 0 b y a r m row tol d phoe of th, in u ad t end h old lp tntshe
gre uc a Uemee of frien d many fol e dr. Rito" b4 s qu eston rU t I .w hdukpt whatc ek
wthe lss to their lut restanl plabhe. "Y I so ast i o Iart with boy. du -brl h'l ..

rho e AIItp gtor' Tongue. Wou t l tnidtht hre wan i wilidow to my "-+-l -
Oant tiue o e e tOieem nrthea8nl br two, .y d n hptlhal touc md $t1 0tokpi te repl o.
SdeoA tes wen. rTal .t r r. wta i. e t.h.lrnrt Moes or mery hi t fpaen i- or back uel by, A ifr Lin eR A way

old skepetr who ad knowm ma ny l ew rl. lmbaske, stim'an ls or hsatraLn,.
: hie saris but "did nl t re tin wpl A stepala Ie n Id b e.r. wt l ed with is n esy d nl t et rid o. BaI

eO tnen)," BishU l Tayhlr.1uitb w.s a IbaIy ttohabt. abnuted: hard's floow yLou mer t rav re. rOeEmAO BAR I
Sto odur n ntr of tauntn that d r r, w pie t uthio 10:10
ton all aM "Wala t omla doth-LIe im, lumbs, d m OND WI O BALTIMOR

ood of spo Un at ICree belig' nd b.as,.e. el, brlu, ibtlAs. a, beris,*
wThe u' -no Mee' ruH a ti, eott e t s. htold Returning, aov Gaiild e bottle a 4:25
!ln tuh o ws hoto twirrrd fa t hiiew tI s "I'n te i bed. so ry st ret sit timof mrt* between meiybe d of by 1111 1

t tld Itd I North fwisoie Won hatrt w. t"on uk oo r Arg ll w. sDoyv f w. U. o for. TWO Ee=Plat Trit Daily

i+ aIo e s. bT trelwn bo the sklpn br. b A tllgiY' ...e e.
f te, boId frontm athe ridot at o n a.. at vto bt to s u tepo." A th' tter k City, V SE a points NorABOARD EXPRESS 00
ob e tell urste a y orng oRv.n a i Tn' e "offi lo d b ctlebsat I set dMus.au" "Wh.O" did lea, meo ad otofa t AseO.
Bod.of p on ther* ,rt M thodit b tilio-Nw Wor Tnbue.. oais.T ab ain ot o SEABOARD MAl .
"latt ooldul the cremonl. "thtat upon hin t elto dm le him to dl e e. -.
"e42Ia ol tareinga of the iIpbyaor." "R i quturprlona u edukeputwUat b
Iw I ab. of friw s we, meany toes r fer him Ito sl an.la tt oftan Taeery. y A L. 8 R. ot L E. BSrker Tffic

re t fl m l the lfernt I ngaslg ee Wd eer heoab."-ni-ou titM t utka toon i ONLY LINE lpeng tioiny TWiluoh ulapdt er
i t om ery, blap.n many followed wedd sept al. l ody."-WIsle to tai JSk tv to New Orie n fns
----e-' "Thas In tort thrn distressin to mh.g

Thei l walite tll r Tong u Wot lb to r A e w N window Ie ltoys-- .. iIDhN aor toS A OA D M I A li

On obe. "It i ee in tlnhat arll an h b t. R r hsOet ye. tht you figt A oBedn ak. **
stloot th wtongei the or Attrr wit tn w t nernot rLvv of my Tht pain In your back NauY ed by Air Oe Ri aiywTOa

b O st. "ul t i lr wh h il kh o wn itha lo Nrt." lubgoo H dt Trei' j A nvllete or a sO rea trainlmw .
CC tboIt." Btehn lul Tsl or luilb wn> a happy lbouk bt. shouted: lam's pnow Iia t core rhum&. AMtA " LUMBIA "OAU"B. 8"UTHERN PIN".

Stion. o uch t wa blt an s tor h o Amlo ctdol be--U t'p I G" al.

ood or .pounot t BE wt r aslto and ai- s. trains bums, Ia N SW YOMe e
e"sWhat did eo lewsre know. ay- Unumtl Lehk. brueadh an hcald fo rand all &the andS

DeOlined tke Job.
w I'i of Cbe.i ik'IoU*n releGt*, a pI. G OOe
0ik played ont bin by a 'coilaboratr 0"I wimb I were ma heolne. Geom." -
I'S the d ays w edinot' "Why. It Iay for y o to become The Ot' Wa Wit M Everylhere
two epeaUates made It wr t k wiie btwIr "I'd like to know bow?" thin to rur' natltlnts." saidO ne
Ote. After pIa tinr b Iad la i remai a h Iele r sango" l sui" said the other. -it y and West
Oh Airs ch aptero f thbir Initial r". to Ma po Ner Ipart Isa eEINvis,"-R4'us- ,we a.ntb iat to yw coastl ise altl___
' ho. tlot It was bended uoer with t o a l'Of. I'Iy "w thl ing ye w I C ot*t oure lalk.
e foliowliaoausooiat: Itoo Post. _wbihIo nt ist h a our luky
"Thwto I rr )t thrown tb* bre Why. then- r*amot belf a n dotr vcoft
SIee Joot tehwthe htoedr tin os cannot always pase however ngy wan that bve s not boowed ti RAi
e m" al tbo esa od foca ctlff Red Inkm t e s inds are sot evemwt trvoiu t r noy trr me ."-11rm Sor's.,
nder that anothin could pnrete tb thei -rCabb. -
IN M htom all)m to deatb o* the .roks -I
tdatow. It i np t ? y to a tMe Pitlltte of U. WINmeepmmm
W O.O" PILES CURIO IN TO 14 DAYS o aOt (On ldl-Do you am that it .
Tb so lnt d etbftaf tl pASO OINTNIB N to mu to a1 anr overtbem? e b at a tol
bI ft. o k* %dtMlb as" tbt W ta tooft tr t T
11Ms111 10. LgA aw at 1bh lll frotrldifg Plethlla 1 14 dOa ft.. Amef1W --Q. thet b F dBn * g.b l
awnow...-.-. J r w t edeIM 00& -- f am For -d-.w ho-".. he and
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that bb frkmend as"wstr
the enem sat6e a*tow of the
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hedof theW
*lties *at
vered two 'l at the
TuesdaY, ,Mad
hl were 1tthl
| hor as r .j *t.ued
extended trip 1. the
and India, d talks
estlngly of t64r0 tr.
Sregretted tbal w s to
which prevea04 ier
a ny ofthoM .b li aght
interested it
qgted from M.
Isor 1 on I "orii,
ture at aU at al
!md cities where. v |iMitlat

and tho,.i an
Sotf hearing her P

SJacksonville W II*, 4
Wding was soleunll atok-
Wednesday night will

of this city, thUr ^*A lp;
being Thomas I
o Miss Julia, t*itp OPt.
pbter of Captain Tht.' WU Ld,
mvillle. The ::W
nd in the Firt li Pal
df that city. ,
laid is wellU*kW
is city, where m0.1H4

is of the bride I this ~ityy
tid congratulatolim, 45 wish
i happy pair a I~- l 0 of
hl bliss. -

An Exciting Runaway;
away of a team boos.ig to
ie House created oo eldrable
mt about 7:39 last dah'/when
Mr. Will Stroble, Web thrown
he carriage at the corner of
and West Main streets. He
ken to the drug toreof Dr.
Johnson. where he was soon
ted, as It was fatnd there
ly a scalp wound just above

ha e lost or found aGythlt
kll to keep you er 4 tep

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State Agent Bridges Took Six Prison-
ers to Ocala Camp Wednesday.
State Transfer Agent Bridges of
Ocal was in the city Wednesday,
having come to convey several prison-
erj convicted at the recent term of the
clrl!t court for various crimes, and
Be;::(nc.d to the Stnte prison.
T'iae prisoners were Jim Hlunt alnd
James Johnson, convicted of tieing a
mule on a railroad track, five years
each; Jim Lundy, murder In the third
degree, two years; Alberta McQueen,

manslaughter, tree years
Mitchell, grand larceny, one
Wallace Felder, larceny of
three years.
All prisoners were negroes.

The Oldest Joke.



It will be difficnt to dtacover an old.
er practical joke than that of the cop-
persmltb and the umker of brazen Im-
'ages for the temple of Ut tes. which Is
embodied illi' Igyptliu tnwi'rliylou% dat-
Ing from the reign of Meies. founder
of Memphis. who rulml over i.(tW0
year. ago. According to ancient rec-
ords, there dwelt between Ihese two
craftsmen a quiet man whote desire
was for peace and who was sadly dis-
turbed by the noisy occupations car-
ried on by his busy neighbors. He
therefore asked each of them to say
for what sum they would change their
dwellings. This they did. Eacb calcu-
lated the amount required, and be. be-
ing satisfied, paid it over to them.
"Now." be asked of the coppersmith,
"where Is your new dwelling''" "I
bane taken that of the maker of im-
ages" was the reply. "And you."
queried the quiet man of the latter,
"whither goest tbou'r 'lTo the bouse
of tbe coppersmitb'!
This is one of many tales told to all
age wbhiheb are woven Into myth and
legend and differ only to local color.

He Needed the Clerk.
When Tim Camipbell was in the Pit-
tieth cougremi be stole a clerk from
Congresemau Scott. Scott was a new
member and was made chairman of a
committee which gave bhim a clerkship.
He knew notblong about the elerk.
Campbell did. Through sou.n means
or another he had the clerkship itrans-
terred to bis own committee. Six
months later Scott learned oft he trick.
Meeting ustmpbell. be said:
"That was a nice piece of petty lar-
"Tut. tut. Mr. Scott." said Campbell;
"my committee needed a clerk worse
than yourw" Then. with twinkling
eyes. he continued. "You are a tull-
oonaire anod -an afford to hire behalf a
dosen clerks, while I must go to the
government for clerical assistance."
The ready reply aHmused ecott. The
two men were always the beet of
friends thereafter.

Anxious Traveling.
A traveler In Iltsiet noticed that the
train be entered was all decorated
with doag and banners and at every
statouo It passed stood a company of
soldiers nod a band playing the nation-
al antrbru. The traveler asked a
brakeman the reason of all ibis cere-
mony. The brakeman. lowering his
vok'e. replied:
-I doo t mind telling you. sir-but In
the strictest conlodence. be it under.
stoad-that a carriage In this train has
bee engaged for bIs majesty. But his
aje0ty. as a matter of fact won't
sit ff till this evening. Thuse tb plot
hatrhed against blim nay take effect
on this train, you see. and our gracious
severlga will be saved."
The brakeman touched his cap and
peised on and the traveler. suddenly
rowo pale and nervous. stared from
the window anxiously.

The First Patent ea Matehee.
B fre 1JUL. wean wondeo nairble
with pbosphonWts were Ismde In t Iltia.
peopl e WPMf' deptodelJt Ult hfiat e Nud
e to a rre < s o l i ts' 1 I h' .rls gl141-
ia Ife a Itioslotstruo imnlrb *it Itle
Uhod 14 "te 0.4 IsiollKdtl 04it ie I. 's
by A. lD. 'btOlii,'o "I -4rm1eshedU. Ma81
Uar 8many ye:"'* fIW rel0ses tolu aee
Jell. hitU I I.e* e t 1Isi *ell *O tnf a1tnd
alawy al d ius i iew *, -- *r A.- JOtUrrUi)
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Zottolene Comes from Di

'a' "1

The source of lard is against it. Lard-cooked food may not c W I*adIf4Otoa
and throw your stomach out of kilter, but it will be only a matter of hlk f ioet't. ,

The source of Cottolent is pleasing-the product is healthful. The oil i
from the cotton seed grown in the fields of the Sunny South. It is then
rendered odorless and neutral in taste. From otf d to Kitche--he ma
never touch the oil from which Cottilen is made.

Cottolene is.an absolutely pure product-of pure origin and ancestry, and will mailt
palatable, digestible, healthful, wholesome food. It is the best,frying and shorteningI
medium made to-day. If the best is none too good for you, ask .
your grocer for Cottolkne, and do not let any prejudice stand jn
the way. The only way to know Cottokle is to test it yourself. '

mw %.go a

not plead, er having given C

from cachng dt ad abrbi d

Made only by THE I

ying l In His Note.
Colone ill was a pwtoeer legilator,
merchant and banker of the vest pock-
et variety.
It was seldom that ColoDel 1111Hill got
caught by a debtor, so unerring was
his Judgment of men. but his iranauu-
dton with old man Blaukerton was as
exception to the rule. kUankertuo gut
into Colonel Blil's ledger to the asuaint
of $W0 and Dnaslly blasueed the saccu nt
with a note.
When the paper was a long time
overdue and dtere was Do prntpect of
a settlement, to the eiuauet disgust of
the Mclonel. be declared, with a mintsg
Anglo-Sason emphanls. thait be would
sell RhBnllkerlon's note for fu cents ono
the dollar. The state uiet was not
long reachloet the e r .4 tohe br aker
uf tbe Hole. lie itl the colonel lu be
vrlllage rMtret elv daty and atcotleld
"Bill. beard you'd offered to sell my
note for 50) rent on the dollar."
"Yves: I will."
"Will you .II It to nIe as that rate'
"Yes. sir: I'll sell It to you st that
"All right. Iill: make out a new
Colonel Hill's Rytitom oif srmplely
berauwme notli'el tle fr1, 1 tbht tusonmet.
-4blchago Iteordu ierald.

It's a Crime
To neglect your health. Th. worst
neglect that you can be guilty of to
to allow constipation. blldmune
or any liver or bowel trouble to con*
tinue. It is poisoning yor entire
system and may lead to a serosk
chronic disease. Take Ba&lard's
Hrrbine and get absolutely well
The sure cure for any and all tr.
hibes of the stomach, liver sAd hbowvt
Sold by W. M. Johasos.

The 6a. o 6e for calling eards

IC' pA

uaranted 'Yourrw Is h aeYsuthosed
a ai tesr (eund yor msy can you an
t*ole a. faair st.,

kep h clean, rsh ad wholMAsmeN sad pvt
iisMgneable odoss, such as Sh, oil, etc.


s something a real es**tate nvest
will avoer do without--Its his *oo
protection against a faulty title. Why
not have us draw .you up an abstract
of your prospective lavestmeet so
that you'll not be buying somsetahg
"in the dark?" The cost sla ertalanl
nominal-and when compared with
the amount involved looks rIdlelceus
aInded to do without it.
Accurate, complete work.


Why ,o away to have them
attad when yoe osh hav It
done riht at bho by grad-
uale opthlahe?
ave er fae adl' timeow
ltting ul mae a seleati ,
Waiting of your e*es AMl
work mamanted. CMrf

JnOMre ad OpUilae

Dr. A. Dolan


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%sad4 fs. west aftt d u% la tadar e agnolia Hotel Oa(oielbsv~~

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whal txiw ar l.weir 1sx.ua Lit 6p kowOn hue-e& co
No so-sifew. Iao o40 omW kn toIIt
so 7t 048". Lee. 1A ionas. lost
Me 16HO 0 4,mentiandAuoMOa Oyeqwvie
wr a 141*04. 1Iww" fy I-room I "aa
sfm "1 soot ~sit4 A*USobw- 40 Pepl 4

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~* ~ ~ m uhaye t osarlvl# ig t. # dome .46 4S Y o -.01 SVI
- L''t Menav.itl MW"

it ww be te" a" th*
ity.ls or *310o t1Ducacwrrmu t
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hElf" ~~~~W~-

I e I* in M M g .

l to o soau Svad -,eo at
4 d mad sn e sl Then 1 otsi e
to waysa that ie its wusAerthat
o al have so m*aN aha- of ba.
ld other' who dM awa y t"
I* And w$arie aob plate Ore
th we are apt to I acord-
i the o as m r of the bout ws.I
his fat o is emphased wihe
oIn ontatt with an outside
14 babbHln over with euthuslas
Ieas. comes back to old haunts.
e eaommnualty composed of at olda.
Speple with pesn Mntalto retrospect,
their attitude for h o. Their
U thaom ht uoarmnts eat., ula. and
|btw ,atkussfasms invariably go down
'AI defeat outweighed I the coaftlct.
'BmL oth later. and tse youth's world
U' no farther than the horizon, and be
I, looking on an old ambition as folly.
The need of encouraging esvi-
roaments and of the right sort of in.
Sapration cannot be overestimated.
.',Atmosphere can be so depeosiaug that
the bost buoyapt spirit will give up
and accept the commonplace. A
Saeer and a doubt smother ego-and
P, oe l the thing that has always stood
tr advancement and progress.
The human will is prone to such
' weakss that once dead, it to not
e aslly reiurrectd. Our friend who
urns. back from an outside world
fj la danger of sucumbinas easily, no
matter what his belief In himself may
t ave Ibe. He is very apt to stop
halt way In some flight of self-appreol-
stis., with the words killed by a look
St sBkepticole. Very, very soon. th.t
esldeace fades. The humble. shuf-
Amg dispirited beings lo all too aoey
son. The win of big sout have
bome time been oop with the khe
edge oa sarcasm and doubt
Ife can be c heap and worthless.
And it can be pultsting wilb ftwtes.
It tos not good for youth to stay
We much Is the environs where there
A Is retroapeMt. There tos no end to what
-a man m an do had what a o aan can
overdom There Ito so deeper tragedy
tha to have ambition sipped.
There Is nothing more pathetic
than dead h0ope.

We note that that meArtuas and
eotfortabl. body. adae He,. has.
Sus mal, eaten the wheat .ld and
I4' 6.4OM record. aw e 00VM"of the
,e -p being greater than either
|'. teau .o Ge. HeMs O U. M the
ewmBseMt work of partying c t
ragw"010-46 aehievemet ew
WWh Ow kle a *good deal. Ti
I Haghs tate A eratkunl College he
h ba whsll e beart c in e**t
p5teW JhL. o that -m d thoe

Iee uayssefl fweifth 5 8at.
rover 3a a P edwal beaunerento law
to pH9Mt i wsfN *** Sat.

afe^us as.. .. m .*

IL A". 14'0 fi 60;: th Aaplgs of
-z.-Pa T. L* *ta :. MMK'1" IJ .... .ta
A": r d Agricultn l

prea to fasmi to *.w e. Uoo MOt6n t PadS qysd of High-Class Raci
esTD of *A Nov. 25th. Six
toe i sa' v 3Ir o: la si tMoh day h iadt bhores in the United S
steanJ hpior41t asds s.v. 111 q mdally. -Tb. aot 4 oted jockeys of both Contin
on atwre, tegwn. >lur .**f a4 l t e0E h p :.. .. .',s my d
via.nS *Mot wmnride.
.A.. .. L p'o 4M. Olne SnNWas 1r I :1 p. a1: I
4easi%, a Tnopxoat&s, #t P oe p3% ,-*
.tat .ban*s o i..-* 0.. t3..Bo 3: 1 A y in Stakes and Pun
d to MK 3 Winh Wo ar o.otte .on #W.00ltM1o16lt.7:45a. '&
lseing t a 'a o .oia Ar. OnsSet r. N Ish L U1, sU:0 .6* We ok that you attend and judge for yourself as to
above the ,da4emsh:P w h i .euo.an o va Tseaeo.Ute., 1 :&0 p hmqrnlity of nreng, a4. also to-see that the best people
n dEmand is M tla ther-onearaed$ Ovile w Wi ., : 0 o Aandthatracin in. th
as the only avtitbls0 meams of with- bwrd Air Li. t Oil AOIA tfprt and that racing brings t
raw cotton.d n e stn Lv. Orille for Car iKey 816 p. .
Ar. OGvl ft. Jackille Il:15 p.5:50a.-
The almost variable failure of the dA. Ovile frm. Cedar Key 8:10 . BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
F'edral Government to secre the con-
viction of tests charged with viola Tapa d Ja ve T. Ohenr.; H. D. Brown, Vioe-Pres., Gen. M
ton ofh the laws isno t encoura. itLY 0'vill Wor ManopY1 M:10 L r --
o of tel ows ht eourang eTre.JosephnH.Patterson,F...
to those whd are striving for bette L. Ovuile for wsmpsoCtty S p. a. 8 erson.
economic conditions. There is a doe A. O.u Ile r Mf.Maopy 6:So p., an.
14LtY u0pleadqateat monotony In the do. Ar Ovlle tr. -Sampa Otty 10:10 p. I
citlon of the courts. by which on one Bft Al r A
technicality and another comabina- T II M R f A T IIO BIL E COMPAN
tionl of capplests are able to escape
through the meshes of the law. It IIU VII MYS Manw
conclusively showed that our present
anti-trust and other similar laws are .
altogether inadequate, and that new UH -AGENCY-V -BU C
and effective legisla tio I imperative- E Y -
ly needed. Don't beahd, or none ar
y nde. sBt i tgood as this.
Por the Arst time in many years
wild duck are plenUful in Pensaaola mTh B_. S-
bay, and parties who have been out Mm W
on the bay have had sAd lack. Usual
ly during the winter season ducks are '. '
seen on the bay, but not In large i
auabers, and so wild that they can-
sot be killed. But It is said that this
seaMon is proving am s txeptoa o
and ducks ar. plentifulIN.L WL
Work on the aewerage system at Capal ..................... 7 ~
Bartow will, begin within the next
thirty days, and, this town will have Surpls .................... WWW INSURANCE COMPANY
as up-todate system installed by early .... LA "
spring. __
A hppy mi Is hbe who works out W. R. Thoema PraeeJot. O.I-N-IT -. TOn-AO. AGgNTaS
a system by wkhb be is sure to uo- 0. K. breepqr Vine V'. pea-nt* tN N SVILLE. FL
coed na the f5lt of apeelato -ad w. Tayl .eee- ViePe ald t
(hen tears it up. L. Turnat. -e. *

Btandard Oil stookholderi might
feel sr eh'erIt i somOs would mrees:
diseqIv the s mopany's arple. K. Broo1 s J. Ni.hola, | THE IG NE IN O LINK
""J., L Padgett* 1,. VeO %,-
oeWst itt HN. P. Dutte, W. R. Thomas,
We offer Oe Bmired Dollars Re A. Maulta. W. B. Tay,. In the chain oi tae winch present at disaMtrou-
ward or any can of Catr that in your ero and fortune1io-sound fire in-r lv .
canot be cred by Hais Caanat devouing,
J. CR T 00. Toldo, Four Per tent Pa!d In oha t devouring,
We. ts 1aaiagri, Dhave ement whilh l '
V. c.bm 1eroah, eD pame yew.a hundreds of >milli, o

anl -ui tansasAtimnd Mkm.e
detalt"aleto arY san ew e
OWa.0madebyhWs Am.
Wholesale[neggha. Yaeip.0.
Hgave.Catanvh (sr. is Ahes lmw*
sadmu sofaemsof the isI- m.
too" mlm Mtm bw M "0s

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d.Pa'sWoft of prqWipv'
tim this oDUntrY *
yew M AY not p~
by. Betterinsureh
uwhih you hae Pr'1r
aty to Insur.14
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a Trot or a & -Mlht
us ty atals.
@.d Supl g.
It Night .
ofauwillair with II4jiteting

tiory. i t,owevoer,
|W k. ';
go reasons why K il9 IM*'
rcvalry to trot or i
his The W^ ro

Ad ul lser-ovO.A' hmilB
t ll ammUanltis o b
Stint. caOt'0. at htsee
soundr other ard".'aH of
tronslderable weIh t that

gt Is im or o* l *orw
omopenrtlvely few OteAl i-
bdli oulnfonrmly l-rtbuted
llea buck. So that # rut.
ill that *y bM O to-* *4
the concucslon att .1;ttll
teosiderable and if heipt a
drelop blilsters ad's0iW uo
Back. which ayn e
si11ml Is no longI l lt use.
pply department b"
Sto each ropar.
mipect from te l
. who has a MMU J tP
tat vigilance ii,"r"1
of the captain wM oo a
In order to keep hI bl uaes
Sand prevent his bW pe
Sccomplishes in pet tby
at a walk whenever Uis r-
will admit it. B e*asa of
we m.ike four mile1 an outr.
W illiam F. rya, U!.' 8.
Is aud Stream. andea twen-
Ists vunaidered a fair day's
b tbus made in about even
derlug the necessary halts.
carrying our supilie can
ler than that. and'there is
adraarasge In reaebh g one's
lied v6ry much in adTancev
0.*uiry with indilvidul tour-
wterWti upon making' camp
ir bulrses loose lnal efthe'r
rim or else trust lo lack lu
of ,inding them agaln. We
Itted to do this In thop
Salnuyys mean to provide
fo animals on the march.
er are, unable to buy hay
tad Shis have to rely upon
put each horse out on a
to ;, lilket pin drive In
tarech tcbh mounted man
klri.It n1Id pin attached to
1d3 3is oln as he unawddle
Sr:riziing place for his
rite bhi -il in | theground.
t1. -ge-Is a limited arenm
t" vreazv. The pins ire
i r i n k during tbphe ev.
t.I h tl tiusta 7l1l nlllg t ot
pt a pretty fair chance
I, -fter all. and when we
bi t41, ioruilt( we can Sad
Slji'm iwo ueanaddlee
M. i:n' IIiehn tbhs pat uli
S" s hltetr tht isa n
, ,,,r liade la two
Se 1e.- two wn 01l

tlI* Citizen PFnd slte
% l* Hard.
B n-taatly achag,

Is but a
P It up.
P PIll. will cw yL '
I ple endorse iU

S l.le, Fit., sGep:
I from draggt
n so vTrey

wee" t sas Sl
_' Az" tlM I -
L) troudt aiM aI

S11try Desa's
The lust

az4 nY ki4mgpg~
tau IKidne $M

fttLi*4 to gl Pe1oft

hethe V~


Your Money Back if You Are Net
Satisfied With the Medicine
1oe R9commend.

We are so positive that our rem-
edy wail peraiuneauly relieve coui.
pa(lon, no uiatter how chiruoiu t i,..
Lee, that we offer to furuibh the niu,
clue at our expense should it fail tu
producee eatisfactory results.
It is worse than useless to attend;
to cure constipation with cathuart..
drugs.. Laxatives or cathartics c
luuch barm. They caube a reactiu..
irritate and weaken the bowels an.
tend to make constipation mor.
chronic. Besides, their use beconiu,
a habit that is dangerous.
Constipation sl caused by a weak-
rbess of the nerves and muscles o0
the large Intestine or descending
coJon. To expect permanent rellei
you must therefore tone up and
strengthen these organs and restore
them to healthier activity.
The discovery of the Active prin-
ciple 'of our remedy involved the la-
bor of the world's greatest research
chemists. As an active agent it pos-
aem"e the valuable qualltiea of the
best-known intestinal tonics as well
as being particularly pleasant and
prompt in its results.
We want you to try Rexall Order-
lies on our recommendation. They
are exceedingly pleasant to take, be-
tas eaten like candy, and are ideal
for children, delicate persons and old
folks, as well as for the robust. They
act directly on the nerves and muscles
of the bowels. They apparently have
a neutral action on other associate
organs or glands. They do not purge,
co5ues excessive looseness nor create
aay Inconvenience whatever. They
may be taken at any time, day or
night They will positively relieve
chronic or habitual constipation, if
not of surgical variety, and th'e my-
riads of associate or dependent
chronic ailments, If taken with regu-
larity- for a reasonable length of time.
They come in two slezm of packages.
12 tablet. 10 cents; 36 tablets. -"'
ents. Sold in lainesville only at our
Atore-The lIexall Store. .1. W. .'.-
Collum & Co.. corner East Main ai"'
tUnion streett.

dI erii.

Ed, :i :-, t.wr v.'rr v-4-W- 4 -l' lt' 1

nid hil I ', 1 I -1 h, Ill' 1,4h l lu I lnk,'
ulJ ultttac ln4, t i h *.,nlhil, HM iit. N R m (hit
is be ui tll-:.tlles ll, *l- ill -tc lect his
*bunkle" n.ii l |I,.t u"; Ii.' 'il.1. 1 lhe of.
l-ers' lents iare wIvll tents.. (,,irrlhd In
he WilROil1s a4iId 1ciii n1t ie put up IilI
he w l;onlsx ii oel. Il.
As atoon us ti haIt taike pluce de.talsl
of leun puit ulp tlie ,lll'ers' lteam. get
wood Hnd water feor the-. cooksM. mled the
latter bulhl their fire midl at once met
about getting suplw-r. hildiers like to
have their tood well cuokeied but. bet-
ter still. they aUpilar to like It prompt-
ly cooked. iiild tInt (alip cook Is al-
ways populiur wbo yells "Cume and
get Itr" Just a lutle *ooner tbshau it Is
' On the march we eat but two meals
a day. After breakfast the cooks give
each man a liberal sandwich of bacon
and bread. This the man Incloses in
his meat can and w:eu be gets lban-
.gry eat It This counstitutes bis mid-
day meal.
Supper over. Ni gnurdl i loted, to
look out for the safety of the camp.
and the other men usually collect fuel.
b~tld a rousing fire,. gtber rouud it
and aWMser lthulas'lvem by slognlg. tell-
lang yarns satd crm kiLog jokes upon
each other sill bedtinw,. whkih conwiu
pretty early with riew on the narrch
T2e officers ll In the time Ini about
te amow manner.
On the marrb one alway. has to rwis
ea*:y Ter are so many thing% to be
daMe Ig order to ge't the' cavak-ade fair-
ly on the road h.iat -jarly rl.i:g Is es-
aotial. The gaard r'Mw1sl the crowkS
lOtf before daytlilgt. and bty the tIke
the bores at fed and bruhbed off
i e cook announces' lreakfast After
bekfast the torsi are taken dowa,
wagiaon peked. tbe brwe w-sadlded. and
the elohMa once more on Ibe mar-br.

*Pa, wbatvl 1. aet by a mrvooe

"A servOes wrekk. s boy. Is asme-
afS that a womeW n ay.m se y t h Me W
ft ae d eI a heds."-DiW
ft" prom

('3155 mis I~ ie ak
abraw Atmbwi 113 bee si'd.

won oth thwo wwvuiAto bp

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Terrible Experlemo ef the Crew f the
III l ated J1mn4tts.
When Ros In IM18 touched at Etab
the Esks thought they were being vis-
ited hy ghosts. With her white sails
appearing on the boreson. where the
sky melts into an abyse 'of ocean.
what else could the ship be but smntte
great white wloged, gost. aed what
those strange creature on other de-'ks
but lost souuls They thought she. a
great bird. had fown from the moon.
where wood was abundant, and when
they saw her. close, ber wooden belly
and her masts. they whlspSrt. alloww
,much wood there Is In the Uon p-how
very much!" Wood Is like gold to the
One of the unhappy erew of the
Jeannette writes: "I put some mewrury
to freeze and beat it out on the anvil.
Our frozen brandy looked like blank
toimz. We divided mest, oil and bread
with a hatchet. Joaha forgot to put
on his right glove; toe a wonent hli
hand was tfrosa. The poor devil wish-
ed to thaw his l feless had In warm
water. It was lomediately covered
with pieces of lee. The doctor was
forced to cut the unlucky mate's hand
off, and be died next day. Toward the
middle of January a aravan of EIm
came to ask us for some dred fish and
brandy. We added a little tobacco to
these preseta. whIch tM received
with teams of Joy. T cfkt. a feeble
old man, told as tmht the week before
be had eaten his wife anad two son"
Cold more terrible than the white
wolf and bear Ist ItH victims un-
awares, inatantaneoly. fatally. The
cold purifie the blood. happens apple
tite, favors dlgmtlon ad tomachb. it
soothes to sleep by brMgting death In
the midst of beautiful dreams This
Intense cold. so dry. ao pue, stops pu-
trefaction. sweetens the a&r by greatly
Intacreasing Its density and partfle w.a-
ter. Cold takes the place of cooking.
for it makes raw meat, raw sh and
tallow eatable.
A Roman nosed people could not
hold their own In the arctic. A unman
nose would be too often frozen off.
The Esk flat nose I less exposed. The
name Eskimo. or raw I(od eater..- Is a
nickname given by the Iibrmdor In-
dians. Their truite unte in thi'r own
tongue is Inolt and inenns "*ma." If
patriotism be a virtue the Eaks lirve it
surpaslogly. Never wasn a Iiud e'f
verdanr'grwve golden harve*te atid
willows nilrrreil In the streanilet" ntid
silvery wnitep better loved thbu their
snow feldxs nl:d kce hills and gloomy.
stinking telastm nid ghloos.-New York


Bad Stomach Causes Unslght!y Cornm
pexion-J. W. fACollum a Co.
Have a Remedy. *
Itad .tomachs n ian bad bl,)od; bad
blood meanj en hiiow. unual tractiveo
Why? Tue stomach In a healthy
condition separate the nitrItious
uiatter from the food( and gives It
to the blood to supply the entire body
with nourishment
If the stomach is not in a healthy
condition it does not separate frm
the food the nutritious matter and It
passes of with the waste.
Thus the blood Is impoverished and
has not lfftlest nourishment to alp.
ply the muscles, skin and body geer
If you have belchlng of gas, die.
tresS after eating, nausea. bioullsnese.
nervousness or foul breath, then your
stomach is wrong and you want the
best preM'crlptlon for stomach troubles
the world has ever known.
You want Mi-o-na tablets. great
stomach remedy which J. W MoCot-
lum & Co. gnarante to cure indi"e-.
lion, no matter of how kiong stladiag.
or monw back.
Rellerves stomach distre* st olN.
MI-o-na is sold by leadlng drlggists
everywhere and la OlaDeslill. by 3.
W'. MCoIllum Co. for LAi **nts a
large bo. Test sample tr'- froe
Ilooth's MIas. iuffalo. N' V

A Pew of the MaWy Poture W"m l
Just Arrived Pram LGMiMn, SgFi.

Inelmdng OUCIM the Lagst oephaISt the WeM" __

He Is P Fveeet Ton inches In HIghM t nd Wegl IN P tnes h Tmemen
se Strength, Marvelie Agility, and his Pwftaul Arn
are a wander to beheL

The Plower and Pick of Feature Performere from all nations, in a Progam
Extant, startling struggles and ludlereos rovelrtis, carrying the spectators
by term and wildly applauded by '0'.


AN Endless Program of Startling vents. Se the FPRI SPECTACULAR
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OiuU.wluw E-w -PATHIC P I

b h tbatj ot2 01 E. Ma in St.M n
|l tueha t th126. Office hour .
"ll twiceito dw IXtw '.l I OU 4 bj pPtlutrfen^
o l wayup"of, ~0h IO. s h ", School of Os,
st s4 rl tOat cicuhs tri e aW S s0yStem.| Kirk
sot alone the shone wherq 1 .
be tide at anbhe sat XJ.D.LTENCi
pls e bain.. .bue phenoe)a0sadVIP.-9W49P6rM
To be exact, there is out i l thehe0"t o AM ;A tw en t TisT
to .uti world wbeie atmDOf tt oe. dow G : nesvi, ee A tA
the moon with .oegaiati.eab A
tUNa is the groat AUMs M bqga-i? a*hihe toAhe Casht all 1 04 t
the Moon IIs tbstfflrottbov O bRo
Is to be(qad,,G W& Vi e .a ,4 tem t U le 'I. i is O ,c h ,
torely aategapt% by 4. 3 S. 5 I.
omos go o'sI 9 t:
attraction o.rseoIC the w Boo O.MION,
"theu rMc f I p *r *, .... ,o 1., i

1 00 0 ,o4LIin U iil* 1* ei 11 'W DEN bn TI-TL.
loga d sPCs thet 404 "if*All
gt m.avt ,1oM.-r ot0.",iOi ,,
'!S ov rM Duttoue B.ank. _Ao

to Gainesvlle, Fla

If" .o" .e t .e, Of,
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Ald G oliettor io Equl(

______ _R._M._ All buA ineu pa

,' IUw e s-PtW* oP u I ltu b orn. # tth lbuf s pOr, t. mt *U nl r. M S ,AT OR NEY.AT LAW
Sn t e emni,.l 4 s,.n,,rfr h to a r n -. r.Jo If in
a.'v. a1 eo t deE asv Ito er. nu p e torhe r l. *, e.asee*
was erelmr It esl0: noI" of al M ttw oIK of ploBa t y.Abehs Csi, ;*U D it-l.P s Timlt -tok la u and aO Ifye tE tU IIo1 iU, t oit tot d # 4fl 0 00P .nsl aB I ana Bloet-

4 o, aWrx vast we lrlte9e1yo: wa seror f aut ae. . w est noes wuustomal ealoibtip, .s. 1 BdSe in M AY E-

Prbtirlo, no qir otw e S U. D wes .or.e 0f aodf lot. Nomth onttainn heby t0o re thlSt COSaer tD h^eej Atfo 19e LATNE T Lr

fle" a kaspsack or evse w/il ery? Toether with all and M sne ular the iad by virtue of a eerta1n ox"eetion W1tae1s onletal s1nture and '
e, he. It the general oo se m r te o heredi.am. ts and appul r sa ed out of the Csrea k Cout of seal thid t he 1it h day oe Noveelo, fo seo l su eiort, sa e
soa ntwl m) woo.d te4tdl. AWIi teune4 to the e lo M or ap Alh Conty. Ilordpon a o. te si0 8. H. WINO' reser.

s WlB30 I loW t wlbl.f theog t qts. tan forei a judsmet fhrom ta o t Ofek hersuate Court lacheS Co _*___-__ er
SIbe ee a e a id n ed or so mueh thereof *a oJust of iq, eva jtb at. In the '* Over e t,,nrtoy n

correWt 5erouwt a 1 -t tU ay ag. leed ai r .otas___rd OiC___p____ r__d NotUes sf Aidlheatloe at Tgf D U4KLts .THUntv W
| t eb 4t thi h2e posable eORA DA. D rl Under ingon a ta~ d A FILD.NG .

m yit thtak er fenie t h o kdow els Ithte of boTiS O P. L. Rwmiy lt es l.mPilet." t .,t dy :
a deta srt eet*ay med t*w arti Shiwt Inr of AotM Coat. that Nohe. led erD ebe mbe.. A. stne 1900n
w1h t MMA Anex t d. era w eist o a will sel ae f Bs lht, a o
Sle a kapsck or Vte will crr Tole ter with al m ad inglthea ourt boue door at Galuesutl Wie* tte na ocal g*nature andeWYiU
Sone. Ithe CIl h tea t hert. IW ltn ani appur- at Mondou, th of eU e Q int o etOrd oe 1w5th day 4 o ehrlaotle . . o.i p
r ge 4imiid h3 ilted. Wl. tean to the ma. belongiln or ap a. th foa Cuowty. Fdlorid. pon oe- A. D. b0r S. H. WNBg. We 1 -

i oi a toa while ~.t l, f orseh l e onat ae, h I t arl m oltte sitai de, l n o tnd the to pCo l perk Crcui Cort Alachun Coa N CONrl CTION,
omoht t1 dr wlNs wa a te be p e edl s ry t ie be mold' toUdr.e Altes h Ot a sty. erida, towlt: l'oIon ah towtl :
and a weede, s I w elta of, wee ad Wd c i Broor ec os.- Lofs B tad B. 1, soth ofSS ad W% otif Nof lid NW of TWa P r
.the wti I haid edg tokwat l pdla d JohnR Malpher and snuroad. lar Towe oe, eo. and Wu of 8*% of Se Tor, J n- e .
S to iaM ththe odlta-b to w a. ll 1 t day of_ Oeter_ etA onal 1 I .. Tp. 9a. Im. The ld toe t m.d t nd $1. prl

we a w am-4Ule xctalaamd the Lt tte it ASTIS Wpecal Mawe. 1 t,.. o-tlao 4a 4Con aty, more Nt ot e Ishorueeby give e etM-. nlp
tel l thot ts se IA here byat, t1 at ue pubite alee ndw lat pub te u csme of .ax CoK|||io U
'Thats Rooth iohis tabtte beles b tt fndor to ote d ry to the hilgest and best bid- rate No. eaNt ab be ru pea Plan.t
u Ie to k ub titr? I "a0 .me .0 a the es reu or, tor cas h. before the Au iet, A. r. a
w os .N1. sI na nT W tJt o bof ta. betw enthe e lega P. o. of Rff a lat. fo d d to th Am
States* eerlnK hib te It ye, o a lt aMt eMndy the :w day of poemor,. ,iera ih taw. 9td ertlwte
rt 40 Yioi ed I dePic4 the brde cl o Foria. in and for Albua 1909. the followinw dsribed real embrasec tko 1ole t 1* l -
in a longf while 0. Of ose county, in a certain sass. tbereJn etate. sltete. tying and being in property sHtated in MAcbus Couty, V APS IN CONNECTION
t6ouht ihe drba in t weas aioS ptdiang O tta C *m ae6 1de there. Atacus O Mrty. P'r.ee towit: orid towit: \

Th kinta e hew the ea I wa C ot eray Matius hm wife. are to :t to therored plat thereof aA Tp. 10. S.B R. l-i .
was e woin ~ toi ^ u eul0 Wthe a S ecialMai _64 I2 9.. a 4*643 atrRe mori date of theIs .f s *sr-l -
Twta e o lt of the C alt a. Bn 44is to satl64 si dmed aWs!1i1-Agtot
X wiaow."i-Nw dp P" WWior casal. b1tw5eW the lTal P. 0. RAMSY. D .A "I
Y" sa e ot L. Monday. the Uiday Sho1M Ilathna County. Florida. Witness ay o dta ad | of 5O
? A Kling' UH~ta Of cember. tow, the Im6.wiRg TB.. EiMl JR.. T |t jj
? The ktn. .1 t- w once loft pP' situated Sad belng I Attory nor atmtlI. A. o a 1d &d I# waNat. I0=0981In

bbgme!to to aseele410f- to 1'ke*mi Netlo OfAyl PWo.for rn eed 7. PITds.t bemftm
Nnh hafiiLt iht eeOe.T
hINsto&us".T~aW W" to fUght. Nineofs: athor^alf U of A ofta hestr T --1 CoId IO. 8 KH&
bh g*f A at ft 0 zY1 4L Ta OwES TA
It forT h Na ootit a
Kim. LepoM" thtmm""aiofherey give
O e pr d Ob y hww hIn m b iI I `
M e b m w m v t w m W ep s M 6 9 m u & L 4 T p 8 a g e 2 ; Nw t d N t I br Uq s t a
at W f m L T he ~e Je W bow t t ame to 9 w 1 T p. 1. R C I O b C M m m U a t)m N i s o O;s L W
V.00 hyhavethbrellaInstead North hal at Lot ur ad Noath half 3,io.a hbwO maidcoruscate inmu&OoI
the *ioMetThe form 'we.6164L0' W 'Ir LT* 1i S"L eigtomn.TP eight. Sy Officemu d ha. Made aMPPum a*l U& 33Ne 1. dSb
mmd sI~s msy WA ~pesease we Ramp. TwemU. v axamtoI tow s.Ins arrdance Avpv4 L A. 11M10. 36- un
mn O* p th m ttllaT"sr S AGoshd te With law. badm cutoeate mbromOcegstof g my tow*. w-
eaok AP U **WM teneWents. 10- oa amapr tbo f 55Img 4 3OW 5EwtI 5Itn- pdlkatlfor tax m3 4" toc
food emumlat Wor.10 francs.anywise appertanWK.:.Floida tono doaewt
esle~~~~aadt itrr we nokdG ntosm

Whe KlineLsopWld eardof thishe Said sale to s~aid deWOO e and BiN of N2%Ow. ?, S. L L POMil a. d .00 pwd?7rpIy
tomb"&mWUk, Ire heard of am urn cOsts. T~ &3JS, JR ti11-40 acqs twi:
bK' Wa~eh~g P p 10 ON MOW' Upoeulat ~i Is hMMOY. 'r* ml dbad Wasseat the 6 L, K A1 G M
m O vinbi) Iisai t hveC. MATHUPON.dat aoft h e tmnsa"of ouchesitli- T1%aid b"Gboo
an 41 MI b l b m to t t r W 4 d w bLmt en to u Lthe shaMdhe us. s a fte In t
b m A o tob"Wdew doMs l dalMed ici* nebe m ebe n t
Ars A. .,an wtflBme4ow law-
ftp"af? I a
IWd edl TV IM S.fi* "f?
INNUA fft Im ts a Har md Mv 90 'D-'"' -WUMW "

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water- ,W I1 "*
r like t t
If there 15

atfoaln owln .
sIdnII wen wanfl4L
the birds

afterr forms
nfr short of the
tli bon o tb i u

off plowed 'JlM,,*9

Credll b SIto
mood and tp
a feeble id S&

tlainsr ts alt li
it it happ onstay

the airs .
k. thebrou, wI
ebur.wtk ift

Steward I tto -
like the brilows
a arond thant' UI!P
a boIdea oss A.W
1iriL circulin WmISult

busd alln Itm a nlttder i
imit ,hei r(.on"

ioes wyouga td. .$15
rn the Ealar's aMt
|d the bird lol *
u to flap IfWithsr hUll

Ifew steps along t OrItey,.
a ortinges agaIn

a Passage uetll
W Rser.owbin- .6

was coaurdint e
the displeasure .

ad the Icotmaudl g

t Consider bi.l"al "
W th rough t. s TW

11 ou ntilo our cm
CInese phlospy W."

I I %% ill consider myW l
30 .4d the I t's oa .I'll
S aer were os tunded u.
.t You to could alpr
v (epst n lonw, o IA?.
aI da.h rheitw. ee IIeth
sad R tMcres" -

ti "u wheat the ie*l
ohe army gives My. 'l-

Lrs u clre. anbeoe. At
k l 'aaur It e -te I
with rloisnhauati "Bie

\, thbiau e w)it t '
b. H ie coz nsud'iut's
r Kcnerol co il

t t dis fight's Ot P1l

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Colonal Holidays

Is to the


p Isdes, a wl

And mw-yew
is k6 dwg ad
tows qf NVwbuy.
oflts? II%.,you

Pon"mis Steel.
low Silver W

by peas6medde.

Anyou -o

We propose 5a
bitd stad n i
yaw *weuse, a
OIL Me h a

i'cllowlieK I. thle vote In piano cor01
test as o'iitold Nouvlmbter ti:
Miss Vida liarroii. Cell........ 2r,47
Gainesvllle High School..... .-.96- s
North Calnesavll, s hill ..... .24.2:'.
Ralph Chapiln ................. 17.478
Mls Beleise Walt. Hawthorn. .16.941
Miss Annie Price. Wade...... .1,741
Miss Mattle Jennings. Rochelle 14,0r, ,
Mis Rosa I,. Rivps. High 8ppg. 13.571
Miss Eva Powell, Alachuas..... 8.24i

Alred D. Richardson


Cement Sidewalko
All Kind* of
Cement Work
Comment Floors
and Driveo
Tiling Laying and
TIle Walks
CweOste Walks and
etone eavating

SNonrth Geve Street.
alatevine. Florida.

Dr. Waldo


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PIIfenv insurance go TO.
GAINESVILLE, T *T" foItplief manaw
--TB$--- Two Ulvir and feed stabl .elllN A
One erate and basot tat*y.
One olk* Club rmadig room.
HUirardwood Manvtrnga Plant.
____ The Diocesan School of Plorida. oaly ask yo
Florida Winter Bible Conf (eae. by the K ,y l
... ve dressmaklng estblishments.
GasilBleile is omeded to be tW National Odd Fellows' SaItarium. your roSr w M
noat enterpristifg s well as the most Thre andertaklag -sabitbmsenwts. ltn JVt ast
beautiful city In the ltior of Flor- Two of hb* best hotels In the I Have our wa tea e
da. It Is located Into the y center Two wholesale graln add feed
-. the State, hal way between the At. stores. -SYSTONS
antic and GUlf Omt Surrounded bW Two wholesale ooery establish P haset1 T.ii
ands of such fertiltty to be capable, 0ates
4t producing a great Misty of crop; Wat "that has made Gaineovilk
-a the heart of the ki-growing. tamous." &aaeNo J ott ask
A hosphate and naval al belt. 81 Th* e fot ope bou e t *o *
ias the best edg& advantage outside of Jackreovillk
D the State, gqid ," rches, w ithwt A Goverment bulldt bing ow bs PnN 89
idiflces which am eplor to an) Weed 0o oost whmo iopipteou
wwn of its ste Is SiofttS with large W'm ,-nmm m rt
wud cosaalatelt s M6; hkas a twrptu aMaterm Sof B I FU N =
jlmate w"o cauyiit xeued for paltea prters m M ts and la-. ______
health and pleasure. All thee n ateural se gatn o r '
dvantames comnae with a ProgreMs Mre ileMs at paed Iretso d Bay
lye etetab I opoltaa smaolUteoMevwalth thaW GM otb he
atisenship, are sa to 0arke & bt tow"ta n later of th Stat. _
city. An kSM omcort teMbeoth oftetbro IM l I
Th7% are many MaSWW attractios 6 st *i * ea-ttil strtoitl d m
in close proxamity to the ity, some .1 he slt m* b ,,eds. bt .
ehich are Alaths tak. Painea Onfete aSosaat. *to.,W d.
Prtarie. th Devil' Mrim eppe, Wr t- W albe it a most attradimve pa. "f 4
rn Cave. ad lAke NMan. all a _________________
.. O,,lOIAl wImrgTOy1V1. f W'
Spring Pa f Steak VOfm the large t
and nest live slto r ha the State. 1
is only eight alles vest of the city 3m -W1I 64=
sad is eaked a h ard roaF eSotA. W. otrtit. TAil
Affordingla a sost d0rtv. MAt. *
The anmers Al ef a county, of ~ e ory lStats-*t1 U Omrw '
Hlive at sfe aM beftat thti am tmed. T as.10 .
oaae." The tetPMatufe t very sal- OTttolwtA. C. Cr09, TaUa.
*ora, scarcely *ovw rea hiag the iOla l basse.
;sea in sammer a s the tweatiml rerW. V. R aet. TK Tllathe,
winter. The p latiM O Gainesvle
is about eltb1 4A._M 'sep enting *
eary every matalty em the (m Atteaw etral-Park M. Tr 53B
)t the *tih. sad truws always ell. Talkl asee. inuh
The UiversitySOf ri for yog- O o eB of A% I
m e and the Napo sa Aplti rlIo ., i, a e __i, u
Awrimnt Statiob are imted witbh in pt. of Publie loastructio-WB. V
&h corporate Umltse a the clty. 1n Holloway, Tallabase. m-NOW OPEN--
ftnt G esvlle % has so AtlP Railroad Commissiuonore-R. Ilud. At mi MM emekl MIl M
tha we ajust be pardoned It' we omit -o1, tle. ,P..,
,zew of ibsamm E eoluw o Burr. Chairman; Newt=nA. ioe West i.0de n Md Hlme
toe of wLht Blitol. Koyal C. Dunn. W. 0. Yon., 1., Iltee Pleim.
a aeville HI secretary. All ooammusnlatloss should tw,
Sbe addrmsed to TalUlame. A o
O ara Preldet oI t e S a te-4. M. Ha
Vour hotels. IIo 1laaL. ta lMnry iAD *'.,
N'our baiks eft "1oit I d W. s..e,
lour dairtl. 4OIIOM. w IM, t. rhMn
One, found"
Water works. Clerk al4d 4aditr- N. H. Wiv. .* A. W. L WI. JOHN P. ROUX.
Ten c~urches. Gainesvve.
.n.. g' pla.l. Supt. Pablic Ipitruction-Lr., J I |n
'br bakrs.K a v. LEWIS
I'"n phycia "... She int- P. 0. Ltasitaye. OtGalIesviA
ix fruit store. County Judge-Il-. U. MaimI. i(6,.,.
1'wu gui.smithl.. ile .
ne" ra. ax As ."sor-W. W. Co. U ELECTRICIAN
,' ii fif Traldw. t le. : c t.w a aca
Six drug StWel. 'ax COolletor-W. D. DMcklaeo.
o'olr shoe shops. Ganlesville. Nes; to Magltell 1e. l.
St(te Uniaver ty. Treasurer-J. D. Miatbes., Oftai l
masonic Tempi'. ,
1Twenty lawyer.,. villi.
Two paint ehop s4arvsr K1Isttratluk-J. C. Me All Kindk of Ilmetr Work Premptly
Four contractor, Grw. Galticvl'l. w. Pretl Do"
Onet bicycle shop, Gr.. Gai'
Baseball diamond. county Cowmmisaoflr -Joha 0
Two Ie tfactoars. DOmpler. Chalrywan, Hague; J. P.
81I music schools. Townsend. Calpvill; J. W. May Motr weftk a *eeitnly. Oc pim "
One vari'yl store Arhb;er Chis. W. lealrews, Tmreta M e f eest l agppNl.a.
One public library. 0. I. N sc e, Galets
Two wago works. MM P"O
Two i : plu" ilis. Mem.eb Bea'Rs 3 ...
Two rocket storeM. Weeks Cblamau. Hawthom; yi ii ii i
'1wo lumber yards. now4y. Cros IWllSW
One marble works.
ThrI wsilirths. iT
fhre wood yards. Slate Seato.-U. U. Moevrap
VIro dital rooms Gaiesvills H
On express N-cbeA H ue.slas ts IrIea | H l ing
ESom heel mQ. OaaeavtUh; T. A. Dat Ista 1e+ I
Clbt barber shop. PHONE No. 9
Two mpublic schools. Cy QMeet II IIII- Il
?'3"S* .. ill We Mldke Speialty of Alt
Two abstrat e as, A ...-w. M.. IBard. Clm of Disy Work +i
Two aotttem wor. k MM TraMserw--J. Mosy Di
lSix ordltg boems. COty Atiorny-4. B "'virto s.
OB. Catblle eArh Board of Ald.~-a-0. K. Preese
a mlitar, omm, festmt;. isn.,ttt. U.. L tMgr ,
Obe phosphate ols. 3. S rJra v. C. A. Conlsouh. I. _T.,__ ,,-. .
Os Chles tlamadry. Prend J. A (oofa. ,-
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hap. T -S. 1W '. I ..Shad :s t .t V, bk' .o A0lemnly swea
th. ges l 1at th a 8b t agti I t b and belief.
,i,, ,e, hre , eer ,D S, President.
,a, Iw.o u h. bt,,ro m oa M- thi ts dqy November, 1 0.w
a wet WMON, Ja., Notary Public
e2 an T-t Ben o CAtest B, t 0. 1ot o. R. Steokert, Directors
IaaNo sossVal o Rson-saafty r4i ToCo*ris am *ee tenu: Ier n
16p04 d wt n^l fl i"a OWNs VfINla Txtrct U Udq-
,,b r Jeplse itts A NTtl thf Me nbl AN U SM :
S0,,.hwda sat lth ehe6 06 o, .1.... ,=0 1 a.o, ,,Mw. . ....*......N...J't.a t .$31100.
" f Mr. and M s NoeWe. were a S the any fhrm Re. yte ar. *U.. ** *.te -. .. ..* ... 0,.
s* i stto oe ra suear. Mr. MKtoaw to xiduo Xad Bakk D pOW .............*.......G......*........ 299,<010NU
sen. St. w. Toowe aa$ Eft. HN. *e w naval'stemoperatcer 0o1 ( adf SW I rrC e
>^&t s . It .iln I.Wi .. as.*po aw ...n J.. Bu pm 0k
.1. 6, fail J. athWa wigo spdt3 W.Ma Ing have gamOW l b I o ooo
a t toass, where te" went to attend
11Mrh*ks. 'oeits's the ael O at 1air. They wsere0,1 3a I
o b poor -o a bkun at( th t opaed by the lattrMs ilttl* m. NHo y per,. the iever travesl:A
400 wl lte repress alatvr. of the othem Printt
r i"t yoe want to spend an evening spply Company Was
of Tares ejo et, go to the Ne w as tnw c.itr ye st rday, ant a d Nll
ft Beir Theaftr tronilt a am Pror an agreo buale at Tbhe Sa otee-. onwta B n i
,I1 Mat sItMm a" codm*. iand the* tv. and rMs. 5. ". R..ers hae
*excel et plt WArNT Mer p ert 5 Cuets Per, U
C.UL.'^' Th'-- 'a th WWM w as an g gohwu W towof it OW WAe0 t fto-u or 4ihor rU6 Pe
w T hkpo atl Wm l dndt h is a fsgoe n A tr a 8h en8a gs r lao Dk e ; Kew e e teo op arti_:,but so ad
tboW wi who oWedu y to oig as ftr 'stth 0 KlWs IR y sa OL ei Apply to Iloyal Qook. mwt tn e o lers lam e20
S ciAty. Ur Thi in states that t see reo. Prid awe ge to we"We teW. Pf amaksHe a ln .o fractionu
O, o was visited by a very weo caain. fa in.overeaor h o I co.
r .ielo Tuesday nliht. Roo aird, formerly of this d ty AVX MONT-4e Yout* old p's asad tal tOe. CAS In a
W Truebart Bodiford. the clever but who to now eaigagd Il the hard. s me. poa rd tc Iontas eo mpany all orders fo
and suoeoesful traveling salesman for were business at LAeeter, *spent yeve Cohe, West Ubety street. mar ItL column.
the Southern Dru Comapny. Jackao-* trday In Galnesville as a guest of rel- BWa' OlUb. City. Fit-olass sho1 1 -$b
v lls spent Thanksgivitg with i ble tive and friends, all of whom wee re t"i d pe ay. LOST.
parents Ito this city glad to se him.
Take your stand at the depot At W. Voorbes of Washlngton Q. C, FOR E* NT. LOST-Tall lamp of autonioilf
traite nim and wAtch thnem-watch has arrived tIn the eity for his h P or please return sawe (1 sui
thenn-eoamt the beads and se how am will spend the winter at the Odd. RT... R 4 r agead aand receive reward.
Sfew make the mistake a tnot goag leflows' e tn am. Mr. Vob ees Joiningequare;-sweag .I I"i.
IA iist-op "t.....w.Iiswonla wih str n lights. b"eth, nad -moderns easmive LOST-Prom Kanai aha S
to stop at the Drown House. Is wellwh Galalsre.e sa ad
a o. 3. u VApply SKteIty slhest, small black pointer. leather
*7% The Woman's 6il ot Holy Trinity the people whom be ha met h asom a tso with large riaW. ehtralr
AR m M AM plaececl church will hold It resuwlar Mr. ad 'Mrs Harry Coe have re Notify Sna office
meeting at thse rided e of Mp. A. P. turned froe Llamoa. near Tmppa. Rev val at Met .therh. -. BI
ad Morrow Saturday aftersos at 2:3N where they were called several days F O 3WR SALE.
bSg o'clock Inatead of riday. as emWIy. ao on aonseant of the llness of the P-B*'*10OR A gE.
P I 0. SpeTer of Alebusm was In the former gradfathwr. Mr. Pratt. M ins1e 'os TS 'Vo ALsB-Typewriter ribbao
SE city yesterday. Mr. Spoer is ome Prinds wiWe tbe glad to learn that they r* am tal -1 dew kisa. Sun office.
a e-a of Collector Dickinson's faithful depe. left the patent very much improved. .lang at eVe""y serves. -
a SIL A T Uities ad was the rwecipient of a high Don't fail to visitt the Baird e1 SeIces teay t :M a. U iB-e pair (hoI e
1k1-S. & ni e Papithaet from Collector Dickinson trick Theatre tmlght EgMaagement *zx- _________ Ip, or sale. ApI1' 1
%bVAMI igS V t feard. bhi work In -the ectioa traordiarwy tf Prof. Dell, the wonderd- an pas o or b TThoma.
I. W. MeOOLLUM a 00. ssiaed ha. tl musiateian and comedian, who per. W--
fi orms on ta d4ffMent instruments at m a OR SAL5-Carlosd bu a> C

one and Me e ase do& Adwlaslim.I Y I
a ft A Aonly 10 s"d So OintieN.Iinclnow* mE

WE HOw HAVE ON SALE, J.A.L atou and LA'Cre fro oteO
spent In Obs cityanseto wh 64p06.9wv
A Cir dSIn for a plaft toeIodate..left yestw*" a m o
for South Fluilia.They ane well In t iium erVs4
LM pleasedd wihb Abbema .msI*. sad Will malir tiw K. K.
oo doubt e retoTterm sMw per. wNdIsthimsr
adb gj It ts eavambsethat Oas"lmeisv1 KONK KId
to have wmshubakr bw. sad the pm "M W. Umom. S
ad M n atprlieor Islum ftLGilbert. a bakter
wboC-MV"remou*6emd.d The J&A 3. IL, G
CiA WFSbakery AaM willbe Mwed oa Must
wl asowle solot. seat to the Govt..
Went buIRNOL Ow d titbet gm I DA M
Will be gIV" WS.a" aVertlgmmt R1 -
Which Mr. IO-twill P~ngWWV V9At theL
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prim& of M a C. I. b~ F
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